Plastic Knife is an anonymous zine from Melbourne that started in 2007. Other than that, there isn’t a lot on the Internet about the zine (or its maker). That’s why ANDY HUANG was pretty surprised – and excited – when
Beef Knuckles is a threesome of dudeburgers – Hon Boey, Bryn Desmond-Jones and Rob Moran. They make a pretty (in a boyish kind of way) zine filled with hat poems, comics about cats, basketball, and other adorably geeky things. This
At just twenty-four, Brodie Lancaster’s already got a bit of an empire brewing. Inspired to create a space for intelligent writing about women, Brodie launched Filmme Fatales - a zine where feminism and film meet - in 2012. Before that, Brodie
Due to popular demand about Zinegeist, a very meta and sparkly regular (we hope) segment profiling some of the greatest zines that ever zine’d, Vertigo’s resident zine-nerd ANDY HUANG attempts to answer that all important question: just what exactly are zines?
When it comes to zines, VANESSA BERRY is pretty much the entry point for most enthusiasts. Eternally cool, the creative polymath shares with us her experience of discovering zines as a teenager in the 90s…
In the world of zines, Vanessa Berry